Clayton Custom ADA Braille Signs
What are ADA Braille Signs?
Passed in 1990, the “Americans with Disabilities Act” prohibits discrimination based on disability. The initial ADA inspired subsequent federal, state, and municipal laws. For businesses in Missouri, one major takeaway from ADA laws is that certain signs must be legible to all.
Uses for ADA Braille Signs
There are over 150,000 people living in the State of Missouri who have a visual disability of some kind. As Missouri’s largest metropolitan area, many of those people live in and around Clayton. Without proper ADA braille signs, you cannot serve these customers and will lose out on their business. Furthermore, not having the correct ADA braille signs can leave businesses vulnerable to penalties, including hefty fines.
Types of ADA Braille Signs
Certain signs at your Clayton area business must comply with ADA laws and regulations, meaning font size must be large, color schemes must be easily decipherable, and braille must be used as well as standard text.
Why Choose Us for ADA Braille Signs in Clayton, MO?
ADA laws and regulations do not apply identically to all businesses in Clayton, MO. What you do, who you serve, and how large your business is can affect your ADA status. We can inform you which of your signs need to comply with ADA laws and then design and manufacture those signs for you. Contact us to learn more.